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TV tips on Friday

“The only thing that helps is prayer!”: Conrad (David Rott) and Charlotte (Kristin Suckow) listen.

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8:15 p.m., the first, only prayer helps!, comedy

For the young nun Charlotte (Kristin Suckow), convent life is not a limitation, but a liberation from her former life in the fast lane. When the cocky advertising professional Conrad (David Rott) ends up stranded in her monastery on a business trip, she feels confirmed in her decision. The abbess Katharina (Anja Karmanski) as well as the experienced sister Hedi (Christine Schorn) see the uninvited guest as a gift from heaven. His marketing skills could help lead the monastery out of the red and thus avert an impending sale.

8:15 p.m., ProSieben, Deadpool, superhero farce

Devastated by his cancer diagnosis, Wade (Ryan Reynolds) gets a tempting offer from a shady organization in his desperation. In exchange for superpowers, his cancer should be cured. After the painful experiment, Wade has incredible powers, but is completely disfigured. As the superhero Deadpool, he sets out to take revenge on Ajax (Ed Skrein) – regardless of the losses.

8:15 p.m., ZDF, the prosecutor: wine and murder, crime series

A foreman dies in a wine press on a winery. Chief Public Prosecutor Bernd Reuther (Rainer Hunold) assumes a murder. The commissioners Julia Schröder (Anika Baumann) and Alexander Witte (Jannik Mioducki) investigate. While winemaker Carsten Löber (Felix Everding) and his wife Sandra (Bettina Burchard) do not believe in a murder, Carsten’s widowed mother Verena (Marita Marschall) is shocked by the violent death of her employee. Oenologist Tom Dahmen (Benjamin Trinks), on the other hand, seems noticeably confused.

8:15 p.m., arte, in truth – murder at the Engelsgraben, thriller

A prostitute is found dead in a forest area on the Saarschleife. Everything points to murder. Saarbrücken detective inspector Judith Mohn (Christina Hecke) is investigating. For Judith and her colleague Freddy Breyer (Robin Sondermann), the focus is initially on the milieu along the long-distance route Germany – France. Judith suspects a connection with a case that has never been solved and turns to the former inspector Markus Zerner (Rudolf Kowalski). Can he advance the investigation?

9:15 p.m., ZDF, SOKO Leipzig: Beat by beat, crime series

The German rowing Olympic hopeful Mela Bieler (Jochanah Mahnke) finds her ex-boyfriend, the team doctor Markus Kleinke (Alexandru Cirneala), dead in the boathouse of her rowing club. Is Mela’s grief real or played? Ina Zimmermann (Melanie Marschke) and her team find a note on the victim’s cell phone that there may have been a case of sexual abuse within the rowing club. A potential victim is Elin Langhans (Lilly-Marie Vogler), also a candidate for the Olympic squad.


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